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Worksheets have lots of formulas and they use values in cells. So if you change a value in a cell, any formula that uses that cell directly or indirectly can be affected by the change. How many other parts of the worksheet it will affect will depend on the particular worksheet, as each will have different formulas. Changing a value in a cell could affect one cell or many cells.

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